crwdns2890332:0How to resole climbing shoes by myselfcrwdne2890332:0This is a great question, and I'm alarmed that no good answers have been posted. I will give it a go. First of all; I don't own a pair of climbing shoes, and I've never repaired a pair. Still, I've repaired things, and climbing shoes are things: I believe that your number one resource for climbing shoe repair is the shoe and sole company "Five Ten". These folks sell climbing shoe repair kits, and encourage this sort of thing. Look them up online, and call them on the phone. I bet they can help. It turns out that a lot of modern shoes have soles that are merely glued on. Until fairly recently almost all running shoe soles were glued on with contact cement. This is the way that every pair of climbing shoes I've ever seen have been constructed. As you read above, I don't own a pair, so I'm not the world's expert. However, I probably pay more attention to these things than most people, so you can trust me. Contact cement is very durable under normal use, but it can be removed. High heat, or solvents can loosen...